Rick Ross seems to inject Lloyd Banks into his ongoing feud with 50 Cent.
Rick Ross remains to be in celebration mode following the authorized victory towards his rival 50 Cent final week. Rozay received the case when a courtroom upheld that Fiddy had no grounds to sue for copyright infringement for Ross’ use of “In Da Club.” The MMG commander has been on a taunting marketing campaign since and is now taking pictures at former G-Unit member Lloyd Banks. 50’s complete crew had a scathing historical past with Ross, which got here to a head after Banks’ savage diss “Officer Down.”
The vicious diss observe cited Rick Ross’ controversial position as a correctional officer previous to turning into a rapper, primarily labeling him an business fraud. However with Banks’ prolonged absence from the sport and Ross nonetheless being stoked from his favorable ruling, he determined to take jabs on the “On Fire” rapper. Popping up on his IG Tales and ensuring to tag 50 Cent, Rozay rolled out a few questions for the “I’m So Fly” rapper because the tune blared within the background.
“Banks, you still got some money? Show us what you livin’ like,” he stated. “If you ain’t got no money, I’ll give you five grand for the Banks name.” He adopted up with disparaging phrases on Bank’s upcoming tasks. “I came up with a dope title for Lloyd Banks next LP. Or EP,” Ross stated. “Victim Of Circumstance.” Regardless of the snide remarks, nonetheless, followers acted quick to remind Ross that he nonetheless hasn’t responded to Banks’ extreme dose of shade from 2009.
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“Officer Down” hit again at Rick Ross’ calling out 50 Cent and Eminem, placing his poor gross sales, physique, and previous on blast. “I be everywhere the guap be, and ya fat, musty and sloppy/ Freeway “Ricky Ross” copy, and the actual one’s comin’ dwelling/ Peace to him, f**k-you/ Click on, Pop pop pop, I’m gone…On this market they let impersonators stroll ’spherical/ 50 bodied you, I simply laid the chalk down.”
However Banks himself may have been the rationale Ross by no means responded, deciding to withhold any additional free promo only for the sake of avenue cred. “If [Ross] responds, it benefits me,” Banks stated. “It goes straight to iTunes. I found a way to make money off a beef.” The “Stay Schemin’” hitmaker additionally went on to defend his resolution and authenticity usually regardless of the trolls.
“I’mma tell you this. Me taking that job, I was doing my job. You understand what I mean? The stuff I talk about is real. The dope is real,” he insisted. “The gun talk is official. I cannot discuss certain people that’s still in the streets, and I will not. I took a street oath, and I’mma live by that, and I’mma die by that. And it’s not about a music career, ’cause that s***, I’m good. It’s about me and being in the streets.”